is this design started, 50% done? set in stone?
if it was more rectangular like 9 X6 might be easier to place (since tables are 3X8
if you have started already, it is early enough to maybe plan a space for it as perhaps a centerpiece for visitor dioramas.
We kind of wanted to make the diorama fit inside a 10x20 booth. I can see 9x6 working but I would love to see something more like 14x6 or even 18x6
. That would hold our original idea of an imperial city, some open battle field grassland and a mountain with a rebel base inside it. It we had to stick it inside a 10x10 booth, we were going to just do the city.
It's been hard working with LFL and playing the waiting game. We sent an introduction letter to them back in October then found out they wanted a resume for the project. I got our resume into them in december. They said we would be notified by the end of January one way or the other. Now they said they would notify us by the end of last week. Now I'm not sure when they will say yeah or nay. It's been very fustrating because I can't have people start work without knowing dimemsion or even if we will have a place at all to display.
We've been talking about this thing since last July so its been kind of hard to keep interest high for over six months without confirmation from LFL. But alot of work has been done. Concept art has been made. Buildings and figures have been built. However, once we know how much space we have, we can grid out the diorama and assign buildings and deadlines to people. I'll send you the resume and pictures that I sent to LFL.